Investors expect disclosure of transaction costs

Investors expect that the providers of exchange traded funds (ETFs), indexing and smart beta investment strategies should better disclose the estimated level of transaction costs generated by their strategies, according to a study conducted as part of the Amundi research chair at EDHEC-Risk Institute.

Author(s) :

Oksana Patron

Investors expect that the providers of exchange traded funds (ETFs), indexing and smart beta investment strategies should better disclose the estimated level of transaction costs generated by their strategies, according to a study conducted as part of the Amundi research chair at EDHEC-Risk Institute.

Type : Article de presse
Date : le 16/03/2017
Source : Cirrus Media

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